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  • Your Favorite Filmmaker Presents...

    10 seasons

    Can't decide what to watch? Let your favorite filmmakers guide you through Filmatique.

    Featuring curated series by Mathieu Amalric, Sean Baker, Atom Egoyan, Michael Almereyda, and more.

  • Foreign Language Film Submissions: All Films

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    Filmatique presents Foreign Language Oscar Submissions, a collection of films that provides a countervailing vision of world cinema––one more vibrant and diverse than the Academy might have us think––and seeks to present a more diverse and expansive vision of international cinema by celebrating f...

  • Leaving Soon

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    Not everything can stay. Catch these films before they leave at month's end.

  • Sophie Hyde Presents...

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    The director of 52 TUESDAYS and GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE has curated her favorite titles on Filmatique.

    "I have put together a list of 5 and I'm a little embarrassed that all of these are made by men. I would normally be very mindful of it, but in truth I don't know most of the films directe...

  • Atom Egoyan Presents...

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    The legendary filmmaker recommends "ten films which have left a strong sense visual impression."

    "This is such a wealth of great films here, and there are so many I haven’t seen and now have a chance to discover. For my list, I’m suggesting ten films which have left a strong sense visual impress...

  • Rick Alverson Presents...

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    The celebrated American filmmaker shares his favorite titles streaming on Filmatique.

    "There was a window in the early 2000’s, just before I picked up a camera again—after a decade away from the courage and thought of ever making a film—that I felt changed by a series of movies I saw. They seem...

  • Contemporary Japan

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    Films by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Shin'ya Tsukamoto, Hirokazu Koreeda, Naomi Kawase and more are featured in this series highlighting the best of Japanese cinema in recent years and decades.

  • Maya Deren

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    Born in Kyiv, Maya Deren is one of the most important American experimental filmmakers of all time. She was also a choreographer, dancer, film theorist, poet, lecturer and photographer, bringing all of these disciplines together in her dreamlike and ecstatic films. This collection of Deren's sem...

  • Sean Baker Presents...

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    The great American filmmaker behind THE FLORIDA PROJECT, RED ROCKET, and recent Criterion release TAKE OUT shared his favorite titles on Filmatique:

    "Curating a collection is honestly one of the most high-pressure jobs a cinephile can have. It is a balancing act between trying to celebrate the c...

  • Viva Argentina!

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    To celebrate the country's World Cup victory, we present a selection of Argentinian cinema.

  • Sight and Sound on Filmatique

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    Presenting five films on Sight and Sound's 100 greatest films of all-time list:

    Sergei Eisenstein's BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN
    Buster Keaton's THE GENERAL
    Fritz Lang's METROPOLIS
    Dziga Vertov's MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA

  • Episodic Cinema

    7 seasons

    A collection of great extended cinema—international series and miniseries from Bruno Dumont, Agnieszka Holland, Miguel Gomes, Jacques Rivette and Michele Placido.

    Series include:
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  • Coincoin and the Extra-Humans

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    Bruno Dumont • France • 2018

    In Bruno Dumont’s farcical follow-up to Li’l Quinquin, the surly French boy is all grown up and goes by the nickname CoinCoin. He hangs out on the Côte D’Opale and attends meetings of the Nationalist Party with his childhood friend Fatso while his old love, Eve, has ...

  • Romanzo Criminale

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    Michele Placido • Italy • 2005

    Il Libanese has a dream: to conquer the underworld of Rome. Alongside his accomplices Dandi and Freddo, Il Libanese assembles a ruthless and highly organized gang of criminals who will, he hopes, achieve unprecedented control of the city. Over the course of twenty-...

  • Noirvember

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    A collection of the best in noir — femme fatales, smoking guns, and light through the blinds. Includes films by Orson Welles, André de Toth, Ida Lupino, and Alain Robbe-Grillet, with two detective films starring the great Jean Gabin to boot.

  • The Jess Franco Collection

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    Channeling his deepest libidinal desires and darkest fears into films, with no apparent concern for narrative convention or the boundaries of mainstream taste, Jess Franco is a cinematic iconoclast. Six films by Franco, including the long-lost Nightmares Come at Night, are streaming during the mo...

  • A Conversation with Mathieu Amalric

    The legendary actor and director — most recently behind HOLD ME TIGHT — discusses his life in film: cinephilia, blindspots, and the gap (or unity) between creating and loving art.

  • Contemporary Horror

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    Five contemporary films cannily explore and exploit conventions of the horror genre.

  • Filmatique at NYFF

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    The New York Film Festival has long been a paragon of the year in cinema, curating premier selections from Berlin, Rotterdam, Cannes, Locarno, and Venice into a package that leaves little room for trifles or flukes. Filmatique, accordingly, hosts many titles from NYFFs past, and as Lincoln Center...

  • Mathieu Amalric Presents...

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    When we asked Mathieu Amalric, director of Hold Me Tight, to provide a list of his favorite films on our service, he turned it around.

    As he told us:
    Ahhh Filmatique.
    Extraordinary platform, bravo!
    So many things I didn’t know about or always wanted to see and never did, that it gave me an idea....

  • Joanna Hogg

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    The first three features by THE SOUVENIR director Joanna Hogg.

  • Steve Erickson Presents...

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    A selection of curated films from the author of SHADOWBAHN, ZEROVILLE, and AMERICAN STUTTER.

    METROPOLIS (1927): Providing a blueprint for black reichs & blade runners alike over the years, director Fritz Lang’s Olympian vision of proles in rebellion against the bosses in a dehumanized future loo...

  • Les Vampires

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    Louis Feuillade • France • 1915

    The undisputed master of the espionage serial, Louis Feuillade crafted films with labyrinthine plots and unforgettable characters, influencing multiple generations of filmmakers. Comprised of ten episodes, and clocking in at nearly seven hours in duration, Les Va...

  • Fantômas

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    Louis Feuillade • France • 1914

    Based on the phenomenally popular French pulp novellas, Louis Feuillade's outrageous, ambitious Fantômas series became the gold standard of espionage serials in pre-WWI Europe, and laid the foundation for such immortal works as Feuillade's own Les Vampires and Fri...